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‘Together we can make it better:’ Mohawk faithkeeper explains the spiritual importance of Tyendinaga


Ka’nahsohon, from the Mohawk community of Kahnawake, Que., attended a meeting on Saturday between federal Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller and Mohawk representatives in Tyendinaga and spoke from a spiritual perspective. Supporters stand with protesters during a rail blockade in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, Ont., on Monday. (Lars Hagberg/The Canadian Press) In Tyendinaga, …

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‘It’s none of their business’: The Wet’suwet’en people who want the protesters to stop


Another day of blockades across the country means more protesters with signs bearing slogans such as “Wet’suwet’en Strong” and “Stand with Wet’suwet’en.” They’re showing support for the hereditary chiefs who oppose construction of a new pipeline through their territory in northern B.C. The protesters though are drawing the ire of many in the Wet’suwet’en Nation who not only …

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Why 2 different kinds of Wet’suwet’en leaders support and oppose the gas pipeline


Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs in B.C. oppose the Coastal GasLink pipeline project running through their traditional territory. But Andrew Scheer says “the vast majority of the Wet’suwet’en people” support the project. What did the Conservative leader mean by that? CBC explains. Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs from left, Rob Alfred, John Ridsdale and Antoinette Austin, who …

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BC Budget — better future for families


By building the infrastructure our growing province needs, we’re making life easier for people and creating good jobs and opportunities in local communities, said Carole James, Minister of Finance. Budget 2020 moves British Columbia forward by building the infrastructure the growing province needs, supporting thousands of new jobs, strengthening investments …

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